Coming Thursday: Dressed to kill

Halloween often means putting on a costume, but the pandemic still has some spooked about trick-or-treating and the supply chain may limit what costumes are available this season.

A life-size model of the Wicked Witch of the West, the main antagonist of "The Wizard of Oz" film, hides around a corner in the Judy Garland Museum. She sets beside a movie poster for the classic film. (Bria Barton | Bemidji Pioneer)

Halloween kind of took a backseat last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. But local retailers of Halloween costumes hope this year vaccinated revelers are willing to live it up.

Find out what Halloween costumes are trending and how disruptions in the supply chain may affect the selection of what is available in Thursday’s story by Frank Lee.

Related Topics: RETAIL
What To Read Next
The Dispatch earned a total of 31 awards in the Minnesota Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
Louis and Cyril Keller are the inventors of the Bobcat skid-steer loader and were selected as 2023 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Saluting the businesses who serve the Brainerd Lakes Area!
Benson and Turner Foods will process cattle and hogs at Waubun, Minnesota, on the White Earth Reservation with the help of a USDA grant.